Steinbeis Competence Center Interactive Data Analysis and Visualization

Steinbeis Competence Center Interactive Data Analysis and Visualization
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Services

  • Consulting on data analysis and visualization, databases, data mining, graphical systems, large displays, software evaluation processes, user-friendly interaction and navigation concepts
  • Research on application-related methods of interactive and automated data analysis and visualization, as well as the development of new interaction concepts and user interface metaphors used in visual research in digital libraries 
  • Intensive training (data mining, visualization, information management, user-friendly interaction and navigation concepts, searches and search results in large volumes of data) 
  • Implementation of applications, development of prototypes

Key Areas

  • User-friendly design of human-computer interaction (interaction design, usability engineering, evaluation)
  • Data analysis, data mining and date exploration
  • Visualization of information (financial companies, business, public administration, technology companies, software production etc.)

Project Examples

  • Financial visualization
  • Visualization of large object-oriented software systems
  • Graph-based visualization
  • Visualization of time-dependent processes
  • Data mining in the pharmaceutical field

http://www.stw.de/su/1035

Contact

Universitätsstr. 10, Fach M6
D-78457 Konstanz
Phone: +49 7531 883-161
Fax: +49 7531 883-655

Management:
Prof. Dr. Daniel Keim
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Legals for this enterprise profile: Steinbeis Transfer GmbH | P.O. Box 10 43 62, 70038 Stuttgart | Willi-Bleicher-Straße 19, 70174 Stuttgart
Phone: +49 711 1839-5 | Register Court Stuttgart HRB 25312 | An enterprise in the Steinbeis Network
Managing Director: Dipl.-Ing. (FH), M.Eng. Erik Burchardt | www.steinbeis.de | stw@steinbeis.de
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